Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LKTHBHHXIK jfKIUl.6 TUESDAY, OC.TOBEH 30. 1917 Tulsi. Okla., "0-i-Tlio SEIZE CIGARETTES OF SOLOIIERS. Toronto. OcL oftlvcy ]fM vlsll to tlie rauiecii ol tho Hoyiil Cautd ian Dragoons here lust weoli anil selted hundreds o! thous- nuns HOT siruf.ton or i he r by u nilroslycerme amis of dEnmies. The soM- -i 01 J. KJeirlew, esicn Oil foul- pauy wa.-i premature j'; breikine of aa 1. W. plol lo ler- fers havo tho privilege ul get- tins tobacco jury free bin Ihe customs ofllwrs claim It. C. D. ciuleeu I Try Thl.lxH.lr GeU Thick, Glony, I Wjvy ind Beautiful it is tlie k-emrc. according u> Uie j v civilians at low rJ.es. who saUl ihm ii-jj hccu in vossosaUm ot Lnferma- i several Cays Indicating that a rfigu ot destruction anil terror was 10 be launched November 1. 1 -We have knowu lor lime that It wns coining." said of the police detriment. "hut wo did not know where (hey would strike." Several days ihc department WHS luralsfcetl a copy of -solidarity" u be ihc olTiciul of the Vancouver, Oc'., V-T A. J. Cald- anil 11-JM. "Mirth Burrell will ad- AUCTION .SALE HAVING RENTED MY FARM. I HAVE INSTRUCTED ED. POPHAH TO SELL BY PiJBHC AUCTION ON MY FARM On s. Quarter 4-13-22 On SATURDAY, Nov. 3rd 1917 COMMENCING AT-TEN O'CLOCK A.M., THE FOLLOWING: 50 HEAD OF milch cons. year old steers. oM lioilcrs :ial dlvoi 1 Shorlborn bull- 3 years old. to HEAD OF Team Maek grliiinss. 10 years old, wclehi -'Si'O; icaiu bay eelrtinss. S and 9 yr-jrs team bar ccWinps. S and li years uU. Kcishl 5SOO; 1 toy selling. Ill years M Hfi': 1 bay n'.nrc. in [ojl. 10 years oW. v.-cight 1450; 1 bay nisi-e -it Soil 7 years old. weight 1200; 1 te.im nay drivers. 5 years old' weiscil 1'train ponies. 10 years old. welslii :00ln 1 sicy marc, l1 yra.-s olj; 1 srry ccltlins. 1'year old; 1 bay foal, sis montbs old. nild 7 sboats. HARNESS, MACHINERY, self v.ork harnes3: Kood 2S new; 1 set double drivins birrness; -1 double rould nieeX Sir Wilfrid hi On hi? return lm would loo orgaiitiallgti in Saskatoon, ho said, aad s-Jded thai believed Ihsi LaurJer would wlu the ucxt clec- tton." o v v TO EXPLXfN FACTORY ACT Mrs; Levi-ja. factory liisiicvi- or under now la'ctorj- nVi. v la Iu the city und nVul lUd of labor tomorrow aftoruoon ul board ol irndo rooms, :fpr too of ei-- new factory act. -l- SPANISH CRISIS Madrid. Oct. Spanish neivs- liaiiers aUribule a eerlaln uutounl ol gravity lo th'e'iuluisierUl crisis. So mo of iho .uc-ttsnapiTS assert thai fl Is. iho end of the Ualo Ministry and aUo the death blow lo (lie rotating syslenv 4y which different parlies siiCcet-d oho another in jwwer.' 96 HEAD HORSES, 50 YOUNG SOWS, 100 HEAD CATTLE PUBLIC AUCTION At (hcsijfii of itiid Green Ifcirn 3 MILES SOUTH AN 1 MILE EAST OF LETHBfllOfJE The Felger Farming Co., Ltd. Will sell 10 choice colls; .12 yearlings; 5 2-j-ear olil; 3 anrt 4 year olds, all broke; C G-ycar olds; 5 6-year old; SO head 6r worX horses, 7 jeans old and older, same- choice fillies among tbe young slott ami G mares among the mature horses, balance ings; registered Perchcrpn iron grey color, 1 years old in May, jiajwrs' irill Lc produced -ai sale, his sire look "secoud" at Intcrnidonal at North V.'Iaconsln Slatc'Kair a tew years ago. He is a gooj one. _. 30 head milk some milkios, eome dry. ere-blg tows; about 20-2 anil Z year old heifers, rtae to calve in early spring: Id or 12 yearling and 2 year old, goo'd calves; pedigreed .Shorthorn bull, papers; a genuine Dates nil Ik strain roan color, riiln? 3 years old. .jcnr.5 sows; fine purebred and all nearly pure hre'd, no 50 pure bred While Leghorn CociX- ercls; 20 double scla work harness, all In good repair; 2 10-20 h.D. engines, sublecl Lo reserve bid; 3 binders; 1 hay loader, nearly new; 2 sulky plows; 1 gang-plow', 2 harrows; ivilh carts; 1 Van Brunt 1 Dcertng drill; other articles too numerous la mention. also offer 150 gallons, of pure whltelead and oil paint In 5 gallon cans al S4.25 per ga'lou. -This is uinch cheaper than you can buy today ol equal quality, Unless previously eolrt wfi-wlll also offer, wllh reserve price, about 700 ewes nnd 900 lainha In lols of 100. SAt-E BEGINS AT TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON SHARP v TERMS CASH .LUNfiH SERVED G. H. LEGLER, Auctioneer f. WON'T.DISCUSS PEACE TERMS :0ct." -Donar Law's Jn lhe. ot commons that.- not beTdiscussed, al lhe coming allied conference. and that only 'questions ing lo ihe prosecution war will ta_ takc'DT up, tfffrees" with ihe underSlanding o[ the United SlaLts sove_rnmenlv A deflnltiou and c6-ordlnatl6u ol military tifort! is the. .chteE ob- ject, made more ihan timely, by results of the Anslra-Cermaii drive 111 Italy, Oue predominant question concerns food and supplies Aether tor solillers or civilians ontl hon- lo get them lo the right place in the quickest pos- sible time- Mou! real, Oct. iMa side of lhe Atlantic we never hang n rich man." said Itoberl lUckcrJlkc, M.P., JQ an nHdrcss before tho Ep- worth League, 'of Sherbrooke Street Methodist church lajt nlglit, "only lhe poor hanged, because poor man frler.ds, no money and no .Mr. IV.ckcrJike clainv tliat as Ions fs (he stale killed Jts enemies, individuals, would kill (heirs, and he considered judicial "murders" ivorsc than those 'coin- milled In passloo. He salil Sherlfl Lcinleux of Mgntrcal always carried his. resignation JQ Jiis pocket In cage he should be called upo-j lo execute a inao if no hangman could te pro- cured. PEACE, A NEW HUMBUG Washington. Oct. article eotitled "Peace, a New Humbug.11 HTittcn li.v a German and circulated In Germany by Germin republicans from SivKierJand for tlie over throw of the auU lhe of a republic, was niatle public here today by the com- lutUce on public InforJUDlioii, wllh an Ehislisb translation. The larks lhe Junker 'anil' pan-German's for instigating tho variant! declares' thl Iho war lords, .liavlnV worn out their laics of victories won, now havo lumcil lo the farce of jieaco to Instill patience Into a starving anil war- weary iicoyle, LIN'O MEN GET.INCREASE Montreal, Increase of ?3 a week has" Uccn given TO the lino- tyne. moiiotyiHj nnd all other em- ployees engaged1 In lUe comnuslug room of the two- L'uglish evening newspaper .Montreal, while those engaged on Hie inotmug nowapaper compostng rooms have re- ceived au Increase of 4160 a week. Coal jumped In price 15 centi at the hlflh line Ihli morning. ThLt Mlftt II H.75 P'-r '.on to.Iho Th'e Dealers have met the Increast b} raising ihf price of a two ton load delivered to from the old price of J10.75, The tingle ton delivered Gtlll remains at CUEKAK REMAINS WITH (iKMN Culgnry. Qcl. A. Tarkcr. ono of Iho tllreclyrj of tho United Grain Growers' and urlvate'sovrctnrj- to vice- Itlco JOQCD. who htis Just returned from (liut lion.'T. >vlll cllll conilnue (n hold (lie iioslliou of preset-in ot Iho Unilcd (.Ira I n Growers. Ttu1 company IIHK been a. war bonus lo were mar- rleil. receding ?S5 nnd JlOfl. At lhe Winnipeg meeting It wus'dt- cldctl to IricrL'.iGc lilts bouus lo 20 per ccnl. Thoao getting over 5123 will cclvc a war bonus of 2 per cent. RAID GAMBLING JOINTS Montreal, Oct. alleged gambling houses and tu'Q suujiosed "blind pigs" were raided by iho police here Saturday ulghl and ITS inenrvrcra and a quantity ol I In nor ?elicd. y CHRlSTADELpfllANE WANT EXEMPTION. Ottawa', Oct. dele- gallon of CJirlsladelphlans O" from Toronto and other On- cities ivallcd on Iho v- ,-prinic mlnistor today to ask for exc'mption (rom mllitary services. rf ,'m' ff "5" f-f ff C' ff ff Another Big Auction at Waddihgton's Auction Rooms Next Friday COMMENCING AT 10.30 IN THE MORNING L ,ln addition to a splendid asscrr.bfapc of win he.sold about WOOLEN7 BLANKETS CURTAINS 20 PAIRS SHEETS FULLER PARTICULARS TOMORROW FRANK THE AUCTIONEER PHONES 770-469 i t-i EP Lto (ORE' asst Wh-n Bilious, Sick, Headachy, Coflfitrpalrd, or per Bad Brealh cr Sour Stomach. Re cheerful! Clean up Inside Lo- j nljhl and feet line. Takcy Cascarets to liven your liver and clean the bowels and slop headaches, a bad co'd, bil- iousness, offensive breath, coaled ton- gue, aallownaes, soar stomach and gases. Tonight lake Cascarcta and eii- joy lhe nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleanser you ever experienced, Wabo up feeling doing K. CaRcarcta liosl laxative for children AUCTION SALE OF- HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On Wednesday, Oct 3 1 st JX .TIUv OPPOSITE THE .POST OFFICE ON'BEVENTH ST. S -CbMMErjCINa.AT TWO P.M; L- -WILSON IS INSfRUCTEb BY VARJOUS OVmERS TO SELL THE FOLLOWINfi; .1 oMebolrd. with heavy lievtl plale mirror; 1 runml oak ci- wllh pcfl'alal. rouni; I fumed oak davcnpsrl; 1 solid oak morris chair, upholstered In green corduroy; 1 nolld oak rotkcr .to match; t solid mahoginy parlor chair, upholstered In b-ocaded RllX; 1 chHtonler; Singnr hewtnt; machine; 1 rtresser; 1 vee. 1 4. ft. Ilanner coil wlrer Jaarfnteed; 1 iron hcJ Girls, Use Lemons! Make a Bleachiig .Beautifying Cream The Julr.e of two Iresh lemons slrAlncd InLcva boilie ronlnlnlng three ounces of orchard white make.1) a whole ptfll of the moat 'rc- jnarkable lemon ?Wn beaullflcr at about the one for n Small Jar of lhe ordinary cold creams. 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